Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE
OVERALL GRADE: B
Today could have been an ever bigger day for Denard Robinson if the Michigan receiving corps could have hung on the football more often.
There were far too many dropped passes for the receivers to get much better than a B in this game.
Perhaps Robinson shouldn't aim for the hands any more—it seems to surprise the receivers.
Still, someone was on the receiving end of those 291 yards and three touchdowns, and nine different receivers made an impact on the passing game box score.
Drew Dileo led the way with 3 catches for 91 yards, followed by Devin Gardner, who had 2 receptions for 48 yards and a score.
Roy Roundtree also hauled in a TD.
The average completion was 18.2 yards—and it would have been even more, again if the receives didn't have the dropsies in the first half.
This obviously needs to be a point of emphasis for the coaching staff this week; dropped passes are excusable against UMass, but a team like Notre Dame will make the Wolverines pay for unforced errors.